The Economics of Airline Class

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-1 1. Derpgeek commented 3 years ago

What is the base of these arguments that some class makes more money than other? There is no comparison to running costs of the plane like fuel, crew, cargo, etc. Why Concorde had epic fail? Its was the fastest way to get across Atlantic ocean. This video is like 12 min this guys own assumptions of things.
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+1 2. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

That's how I like a narrator to narrate. :)
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+2 3. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

And then (some) airlines sell the SAME seat multiple times...IE...overbooking!
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0 4. snotraddict commented 3 years ago

And downsizing the "pitch" (distance between rows). American just announced they'll be reducing the "pitch" from 31-29 inches in some seats and 30 inches in most. The shortest "pitch" goes to Spirit Airlines with 28 inches. Now you know why they're so uncomfortable to fly in, it's not just your imagination!